Here Be Dragons Setting & Symbolism

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Joanna's Letter to John

Joanna sends a letter to King John to warn him about several noble men who are scheming with Llewelyn against John. This letter comes just in time to save Gruffydd from hanging along with all the other Welsh hostages King John has decided to hang to punish Llewelyn for disobeying King John.

Ransom

Eleanor of Aquitaine is forced to pay a ransom to have her son, King Richard, released after he is kidnapped by a foreign government. At the same time, John attempts to have his brother's kidnapping extended a year by paying more than the expected ransom. John's actions cause a rift between he and his brother that is later healed.

Llewelyn's Bedchamber at Aber

Joanna walks into Llewelyn's bedchamber early one morning and finds him in bed with his mistress. Unbeknown to Joanna, this is grounds for divorce in Wales. However, instead...

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